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As an over ten-year-old fan, I must admit that the performance was decidedly subdued. Paul seemed tired and listless, and the voice is no longer that of a few years ago. And I say this with great pain, but .. time is not gentleman with everyone.Last November I bought the ticket for the Naples date of June 10th … but the coronavirus blocked everything. At this point,after this little performance, I don’t know if he would be able to hold three hours of concert every evening … maybe he should think of a retreat from the scenes.
Hey Cristiano, that’s correct, he’s 78! Not sure what you expected and for the record, when you go see Paul McCartney ex Beatle, you’re seeing something of a legend status. Not quite sure how old you actually are or if you can even understand what I’m saying but just stop and think for a second about what you’ve said….if you want youth, go see a Taylor Swift variety maybe and let’s see if people are wanting to see her at 78!
And by the way- I saw him in most recent times and sat through a 3 hour concert not once wanting to leave my spot because it’ll probably never happen again. He stayed on stage for the whole duration and he was incredible to see, listen to and experience. My 2 adult kids were with me and they were blown away as I expected they would be……if you get the chance, just do it or miss out at your own peril.
Dee,first of all, I didn’t want to offend Paul, a giant! Except that his voice is no longer the same. I have seen Paul five times, the last of which was in Milan in 2011. Needless to say, it was a fantastic concert, but the truth is one: His voice is no longer the same. It happens, nothing wrong, it is life.I do not seek nor do I want youth. Obviously I will go, if in the future the Italian dates ( Naples and Lucca), are confirmed.
Just to be clear here are my Paul concerts: Rome 89, Florence 91 (twice), Rome Colosseum 2001, Milan 2011.
Paul appeared to be somewhat improvising yesterday’s Together at Home performance of Madonna. Perhaps he wanted it very low key, like an impromptu personal sit down at his piano, just us and him. Whatever. As far as I’m concerned, he’s the messiah and can do whatever the firetruck he wants to do. Love ya, Paul!
He is 77. Time waits for no man. Im sure he will perform as long as he can.
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